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On the investigation of archaeological sites in the island of Dubovaya Griva in 2009–2010
The materials of the 2009-2010 archaeological survey and excavations on the island of Dubovaya Griva located within the bounds of the Nizhnekamsk water reservoir are presented in the article. As a result of the study, a previously unknown multi-layered site, Dubovaya Griva VI, was discovered. The artifacts of different archaeological periods have been found here, referring to the Neolithic (the Kama culture), the Bronze and Early Iron Age (the Ananyino culture) and the Early Middle Ages (the Bakhmutino culture). The site also yielded a hoard of the Chalcolithic flint weapons, consisting of four flint daggers. Additional salvage and conservation studies on the Dubovaya Griva II site have also been conducted, with materials of the Bronze Age cultures (a dwelling with Zaosinovo type pottery, ceramics of the Srubnaya and the Ananyino cultural-historical community) discovered. The surface finds from the Dubovaya Griva II site include fragments of the Neolithic (the Kama culture) and the Later Bronze Age (the Maklasheevka culture) ceramics.
archaeologythe Volga-Kama river regionthe Nizhnekamsk water reservoirthe Neolithicthe Chalcolithicthe Later Bronze Agethe Early Iron Agethe Early Middle Ageshoarddwelling
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Chizhevsky Andrei A. Candidate of Historical Sciences. Institute of History named after Sh. Marjani of Tatarstan Academy of Sciences. Kremlin, 5 entrance, Kazan, 420014, Republic of Tatarstan, Russian Federation; сhijevski@mail.ru
Lyganov Anton V. Institute of History named after Sh. Marjani of Tatarstan Academy of Sciences. Kremlin, 5 entrance, Kazan, 420014, Republic of Tatarstan, Russian Federation; email@example.com
Morozov V. V. Institute of Social and Pedagogical Technologies and Ressources. Nizametdinov St., 28, Naberezhnye Chelny, Republic of Tatarstan, Russian Federation; firstname.lastname@example.org